Rustic Tile CMAX 6883

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Key Specifications/Special Features:

  • Size: 300 x 300mm; 400 x 400 mm; 500 x 500 mm;

  • MOQ: 1 x 20ft FCL

  • Applications:

    • Thin slabs are made from clay and other inorganic raw materials

    • Generally used as coverings for floors and walls, usually shaped by extruding (A) or pressing (B) at room temperature but may be formed by other processes (C), then dried and subsequently fired at temperatures sufficient to develop the required properties

    • Tiles can be glazed (GL) or unglazed (UGL) and are incombustible and unaffected by light

  • Standards: GB/T 4100-2006, ISO 13006:1998 (E)

  • Certificates: ISO 13006:1998 (E), SASO 1031/1998

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  • Brand-name Parts

  • Experienced Staff

  • Price

  • Prompt Delivery

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Main Export Markets:

  • Eastern Europe

  • North America

  • Mid East/Africa

  • Central/South America

  • Asia

  • Western Europe

  • Australasia

Rustic Floor Tile

Packing

Tiles are packed in styrfoam boxes and are further packed into fumigated wooden crate. For slabs, each slab is packed in a separate polythene wrapper to reduce or avoid scratching of tiles and slabs which are packed face to face. 2cm slabs about 15-18pcs in one bundle; 3cm slabs about 10-13pcs in one bundle

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  • Our Advantanges:

  • 1. Our company is a state-owned group company. So we have good reputation and credibility.

  • 2. We own many qurries in china,brazil,iran,india to ensure our supply of different types of granite,marble,limestone,sandstone,etc.

  • 3. We are a professional manufacturer so we can provide you various tiles with high quality and best price.

  • 4. We have more than 5 years exports experience.So we can make your order more smooth.

  • 5. All of our goods will pass THREE QUALITY INSPECTIONS before shippment.

  • 6. Best after sale service, customer can follow their orders situation any time, no matter on production line, warehouse or shippment.

  • 7.Special dimensions available according to your request.

  • 8.We have many certifications of our tiles.

  • Here you can find good productions, better price and best service; please enjoying and welcome inquirying!

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Q:I need a name for my tile and bath company.?
Luxury Tile Bath Studios Executive Bath Tiles Goddess Bath Tiles Creative Bath Tile Studio DaVinci Bath Tiles . I figure something that makes me think of Mount Olympus Gods Goddesses using the can or something. Not Turkish Baths, though, 'cuz that makes me think you'll stumble upon some gay orgy inside or something. The Studio-bit makes me think that you're really creating a work of art. Maybe, Masterpiece Bath Tile Designs ?
Q:What is the unit of the tile factory offer. Is the piece or square meter
In general they are telling you how much money a brick, because the brand, specifications, models are not the same, so the price will be different, you know the model is easy to calculate his square. For example: tile specifications is 800 * 800 she sold you the price is 40 yuan / piece, then you are a square is 62.5 yuan.
Q:Tiles on the iron out of the traces of how to remove
Try to use a thinner wipe, not on the use of 400/500 fine sand belt water fight, if the tile surface can only be broken
Q:installing cermic tile in shower?
I would suggest getting a good tile book at the book store or library and reading it. Despite what the first answerer says it is not quite easy. I have probably done 75 bathrooms and while it's not terribly difficult it does take some skill and some planning. Especially around corners and other transitions. As was suggested do not use drywall behind the tile in a shower. Study up and then make a decision. Good luck
Q:I want to tile my bathroom walls. Can I tile directly over the painted sheetrock?
Since you didn't specifically state in a shower/tub area, the simple answer to a Can I? question is, Certainly My usual answer is, But you may be dissatisfied. With no offense to others; TILE is a very acceptable, industry standard. Obviously in a FORUM sense, exercising our Ammendment rights, we all have opinions. In a new construction or a re-hab I'd use concrete backer board (brand names aside) in a shower/tub area, and GREEN BOARD elsewhere. Sadly that isn't always the case in Tract housing. Floor Tile: Variances in thickness isn't an uncommon issue, given the process and material, but you can expect usual floor tile to be 1/4 to 3/8 thick. 3/8 being the heavy end of the variation. The issue is a bit more than the thickness however. Floor tile; decent or not is graded not in thickness, but in durabilty ratings, most dependant on Firing the tile in the first place. IE: #1 being the least durable...#4 or 5, being the most durable. Anyone who knows and sells tile should be able to advise that about a selection you make, and perhaps the vendor will even openly advertise it. Finally...Will the wall tile Hold up on the floor. In my bathroom it will, because I created a Grotto using Floor tiles in my shower area. Certainly even the highest rated Ceramic, glazed over tile, can chip if you dropped a Hair dryer on it, and depending on the surface color/finish, OVER the base clay color, you might find that a beautiful gray marbleized surface shows RED clay under? Porcelain tiles, often are finished through the entire thickness of the tile, but all of this suggestion largely depends on your research in attaining satisfaction. Steven Wolf thousands of sq. ft. of tile
Q:How about Tommy Tiles?
Zhuo Ma tiles cost is relatively high, than the so-called top ten brands are almost the same quality, the price is much cheaper, as well is good, try to know ah!
Q:Tiled shower or cultured marble shower?
I would go with the tile. In fact, we just ripped out our tuba and shower to replace cultured marble. The marble is a little dated right now and will only look more so in the future. Our house is only about 10 years old but the cultured marble looks a little too '70's and '80's to me. Also, there are many more choices for style and color with tile and it gives you the opportunity to customize the look with much more detail. Let's put it this way, when my wife and I were looking for tile ideas, I visited quite a few new home constructions sites in nice areas....houses in the 700K to $1 million dollar range. In every case, all the bathrooms were tile jobs, not a single cultured marble bathroom. If you do decide to tile, you probably want to consider tile that would appeal to most people. You want to stay away from the shiny, 4 ceramic tiles in bold colors that were popular years ago. Today, natural stone or natural stone looking ceramics are very popular.
Q:Do vinyl tiles shift when installed in a bathroom due to moisture?
It depends on the surface you put them on and the quality of the tiles. In most cases, with cheap peel and stick tiles that adhere to the surface below, they will tend to shrink, curl up at the endges and peel back after a while. It's not so much moisture as temperature changes and poor durability of the thin vinyl and poor adhesive. I'd recommend you use the Home Depot Allure line of peel and stick floating vinyl floor tile that is made by Trafficmaster. I just did a friend's bathroom with that product last weekend and was very impressed. The tiles stick to each other instead of the floor surface beneath so you can put them down over any solid surface and moisture will not effect them. They have a 25 year warranty also. At about $1.79 per square foot it is a pretty good deal and installation is a snap. We covered her entire 6' by 8' bathroom floor in less than 2 hours, including all the cuts around the toilet base and doorway. All you need to install it is a metal framing square or tee square, a sturdy pair of scissors, a measuring tape and a utility knife. Cool product. They make versions that look like tile and others that look and feel like real wood. We used the wood and it looks great. I've also used the Trafficmaster direct adhering commercial grade peel-and-stick tiles in areas that had moisture (an entryway and a powder room) with no problem but I made sure I had good birch plywood underlayment and I sealed it before laying the tile and also ran a bead of silicone caulk around the edges.
Q:what roof tile should I use?
Why 2 lengths?. you ought to have the means to get one length for 3m.the less joints the extra constructive.I take it the water is coming from a gutter larger up, in that case in good shape an appropriate bend the place it sheds onto the extension roof and in good shape a downpipe bracket to the wall, this could carry it inflexible at that end, then run your new downpipe for the period of to the place the extension downpipe is,disconnect this from the extension gutter, in good shape a hopper to the precise of the extension downpipe, it feels like a extensive funnel, you will ought to decrease the precise of the downpipe so the prevailing gutter runs into it besides as your new downpipe. fix the recent pipe to the fascia board with yet another bracket, that way you do no longer ought to repair it to the tiles .......good success
Q:What is the best way to install ceramic tile?
It is honestly all up to the look you prefer. I for example always remove the baseboards and put a quarter inch space in between the tile and the wall (gives you a seamless result). In doing so, when you put the baseboards back on the wall - any mistakes are hidden - and the job just looks more complete. You can however go the route you are talking about (I've seen it done) - and personally I think that adding a grout line is the way to go - mainly b/c not all walls are square - and the likelihood of you having a seamless edge against the baseboard is slim. Good luck,

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